Chinese hardware manufacturer Lenovo has come under fire for allegedly shipping consumer Windows laptops with software that hijacks secure website connections, as well as inserting ads into search results.
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Updated: Take a tour of BlackBerry's most iconic handsets, from 2000's mobile connectivity-less 957 to the latest crop of BlackBerry 10 devices.
Tablet and laptop technology has evolved to provide business users with comprehensive computing devices capable of handling almost any task. Tablets, however, are particularly suited to tasks such as presentations, while notebooks are the better choice for conducting research.
International Consumer Electronics Show staff were in London this week to preview January's event and unveil some research into ownership levels and purchasing plans in the UK technology market
Based on nine months of research, Lenovo made 26 design tweaks to its corporate workhorse laptop. Good luck spotting the changes.
BlackBerry, previously known as Research In Motion (RIM), launched the new BlackBerry 10 platform this morning. Here are the numbers you need to know.
Before BlackBerry unveiled its first BB10 devices, ZDNet's Ben Woods got the chance to spend a couple of days reviewing some of the headline features and poring over the hardware. Here's how the phone fared.
Sit down, have a glass of wine over dinner, and discuss the endless possibilities of a smartphone coalition--or a hardware unit takeover, should RIM finally bite the dust.
Lenovo has put some air between it and speculation that it is interesting in acquiring RIM, suggesting that it's open to all suggestions for takeover targets.
PC making giant Lenovo may be mulling a bid to acquire the BlackBerry maker. But the Canadian government would likely have to approve any sale of the company--especially if it's being sold to the Chinese, considering recent US worries.
BlackBerry 10 is just around the corner, but before it arrives take a look at the handsets that made RIM a titan in the enterprise space. Will its next batch of handsets be enough to get businesses and consumers back on side?
The launch of RIM's new BlackBerry 10 handsets and operating system is just around the corner; here's what you need to know.
BlackBerry handset maker Research In Motion has patented a system that would prevent people from quickly taking covert photographs by requiring a handset to be held still for a predetermined amount of time before a picture can be taken.
Research In Motion says it will release the 'gold' software development kit for its BlackBerry 10 within weeks, allowing developers to ready their apps for the long-awaited platform's launch at the end of January.
With BBM's free messaging functionality no longer a unique selling point for the BlackBerry platform, RIM has decided to bake in a Skype-like voice feature. However, it will only work over Wi-Fi.
The PC maker has reportedly swooped on its rival's ex-employees.
Research In Motion has made good on its promise to help developers build or port apps to its upcoming BlackBerry 10 platform with the launch of a drop-in centre in the UK.
The BlackBerry maker believes HTML 5 could help persuade developers to keep making apps for both its platforms as it prepares for the introduction of its new BlackBerry 10 OS and devices.
Keeping developers on side while making a major OS shift isn't easy - and it's even harder when you're losing ground in the market. So what is RIM doing to persuade new and long-time developers to keep the BlackBerry faith?
The as-yet-unexplained outage seems to be affecting some of Vodafone customers in the UK and other parts of EMEA, although the blame appears to be on RIM's side rather than the operator's.
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